Here’s some info to help you get the most out of your visit.

When to arrive 
If it’s your first visit then it’s probably best to turn up around 9.50am. If you are driving then you’ll be pleased to hear that there is plenty of free parking. You’ll be greeted at the door by our welcoming team who will give you some information about the church and notices of upcoming events.

What to wear 
This is easy. Wear whatever you feel comfortable in. We are an informal church and accept people as they are. There is no need to dress up to try and be someone that you’re not. Whether you come straight from work, the gym or from home we will be glad to see you.

What to expect
First of all we aren’t perfect, super-spiritual beings. We all had a ‘first day’ at church, so if you don’t understand something please simply ask.

Take a seat, the worship service is about to start. Our Sunday service consists of new songs from around the globe, played by a live band. The service leader (or MC if you like), will introduce the songs, read from the Bible and lead the gathering in prayer. An offering is collected. This is for people who have decided to make a financial investment in the church based on community development programs we provide. Visitors and guests are welcome to give, however, please don’t feel embarrassed if you do not wish to make a contribution.

Everyone participates in the worship and then the children aged 3 to 11 go to their own Kids Church program. To find out what other programs are offered for children check out Children and Youth. Parents can then collect them after the service.

Communion is then served for the adults every fortnight. This is for those people who have made a Christian commitment. If you are unsure whether or not you should participate, you’re welcome to simply observe this uniquely Christian practice (then ask the Pastor about it after the service).

We then have a talk from the Bible that is relevant and meaningful to our modern lives. Our aim is that whether you are just looking into Christianity for the first time or have been a Christian for many years that you should be encouraged, inspired and uplifted by the morning. Our hope is that everyone will have experienced God in some way.

11:15am We finish our morning with a cuppa and time to connect with people.

For those with disabilities 
We aim to be an all inclusive church. Our premises are accessible for those with disabilities. We have reserved parking spaces near the entrance. However our resources are limited so we try to provide for our current attendees. If you wish to discuss specific needs please contact the church office.